At the time of his first visit to Italy in 1898, the American artist Maurice Prendergast (1858 - 1924) was regarded by many as an up-and-coming talent, renowned for his cutting-edge Impressionist watercolours and experimental monotypes. The remarkable body of work he produced during this trip, and during a second in 1911, would earn him great acclaim and secure his position within the vanguard of American Modernism. Beautifully illustrated throughout, and with contributions from a selection of international scholars, Prendergast in Italy is the story not only of this much-loved painter's travels through the land of the Renaissance, but also of the dramatic impact they had on his A uvre.
Publisher: Merrell Publishers Ltd
Weight: 1361 g
Dimensions: 280 x 240 x 23 mm
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